Weekly newsletter from October 21

Published on October 21, 2022 by oz. staff

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Cannabis companies are affected by the drought on the Sunshine Coast.

🤝 BZAM x TGOD: East meets West as BZAM merges with The Green Organic Dutchmen to become the 6th biggest cannabis company in Canada. PLUS, The Flowr Corporation seeks creditor protection. AND, 32% THC flower from swithc 👀

  • RELATED: Check out the full newsletter for the oz. from Oct. 21

Here are Quick Hits, Newswire and Dad Jokes…

Quick hits

🏜Drought forces some BC breweries, cannabis operators to turn off the taps (Daily Hive)

🚨 $4M in illegal cannabis seized in Norfolk County raid: OPP (Global)

🆘 Canada’s cannabis producers say they’re in crisis. Here’s what they’re asking the government to do (Toronto Star)

💧 Leaked details of the German cannabis legalization (The Dales Report)

🤷‍♂️ Les Leyne: B.C. bud now a ho-hum issue (Victoria Times Colonist)


CannTrust Holdings Inc. Makes Proposal under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

Fire & Flower Announces Private Placement and Loan Agreement for $16 Million with Alimentation Couche-Tard

HYTN Awarded Controlled Drugs and Substances Dealer’s License Allowing for Production and Sale of Psilocybin

Dad jokes

Isn’t it strange that the adjective for metal is metallic

But that’s not true for iron, which is ironic


Husband: “Why are there broken condoms on the couch?”

Wife: “Would you PLEASE start using our children’s real names?”


When I was younger, everyone had a wristwatch. Nowadays, almost no one wears one.

How times have changed.